Synchronise Outlook with Outlook

  • Thread starter Kathie M. Thomas
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Kathie M. Thomas

The message I get relates to this I found on the Microsoft website:

"A program is trying to access e-mail addresses you have stored in Outlook"
message because the Outlook Address Book is guarded programmatically for
security reasons. This message helps to prevent another program from
automatically accessing your Address Book or Contacts list or from sending
messages on your behalf without your permission. The message is useful to
allow some programs (like Microsoft ActiveSync® or Palm Desktop) to access
your contact information so that you can synchronize your personal digital
assistant (PDA). However, a virus or other malicious program file can use
the same functionality to propagate itself.
This message appears if a program tries to access your Address Book. In
general, you cannot prevent this caution from appearing. However, check with
your synchronization software vendor to see if recent updates to the
vendor's software include interacting with Outlook in a trusted manner. This
message is not displayed when Outlook interacts with trusted synchronization
software.



I have Outlook 2000 synchronised between my desktop and my laptop, so I
would expect that Outlook is itself a 'trusted' program to interact with
itself. However, I still get this message up and as I have my laptop
connected to my desktop 7 days a week (only disconnected when I go out to
see clients) I find it very annoying that I can't switch this message off.
Does anyone know if I can switch it off please?

Kathie
 
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Brian Tillman

Kathie M. Thomas said:
I have Outlook 2000 synchronised between my desktop and my laptop,
How? What tool are you using to do this?
 
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Kathie M. Thomas

I selected Share folder in the Outlook program in my laptop. So any new
entries I put into the laptop when I'm out automatically update when I log
back into my network, or any new entries entered in my desktop computer
automatically update onto my laptop when it next syncs. It does an
automatic sync about every hour.

Regards,

Kathie
 

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